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  1. #1
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    Default Another Mead Mentor Joins the Got Mead Team

    It is with great pleasure and much ado that I am happy to announce Akueck (Aaron) as our newest Mead Mentor. Aaron is a long time member of Got Mead and is a great resource for mead, beer and wine fermentation and a wealth of knowledge that will be an excellent addition to the Mentors here on Got Mead.

    Welcome aboard Aaron!

    Cheers, Pete
    Is it tasty . . . precious?

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    Well, yay! The more brains the better, sez I, the better to pick.

    Congrats, Aaron!

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    SALUTE!
    Lanne pase toujou pi bon
    (Past years are always better)

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    Thanks guys!

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    YAY, Aaron!! Glad to see you as part of the mentoring team!!!
    Na zdrowie!

    Wayne B.

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    And Northern California, too. Sweet.

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    Congratulations Aaron! Welcome aboard!
    Wild In Idaho
    Mead, like life, is a journey and not a destination. So stop and savor the flavors along the way!


    "Gawd, I hate drinking mead and posting in the forums."

    Nothing currently fermenting!

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    awesome, someone else to answer my many, many questions about brewing
    If I could time travel, I'd probably use it to see how my brews were doing in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildoates View Post
    And Northern California, too. Sweet.
    Uh oh, should I be expecting a knock at the door soon? Give me at least a few hours notice to make sure the fridge is stocked and the wine glasses are clean.

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    I say, Huzzah!
    Bees stole my signature file!

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    Quote Originally Posted by akueck View Post
    Uh oh, should I be expecting a knock at the door soon? Give me at least a few hours notice to make sure the fridge is stocked and the wine glasses are clean.
    Considering how close we are...my son lives in Berkeley, after all! heh heh heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by akueck View Post
    Uh oh, should I be expecting a knock at the door soon? Give me at least a few hours notice to make sure the fridge is stocked and the wine glasses are clean.
    Dude, I like your priorities...
    Wild In Idaho
    Mead, like life, is a journey and not a destination. So stop and savor the flavors along the way!


    "Gawd, I hate drinking mead and posting in the forums."

    Nothing currently fermenting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildaho View Post
    Dude, I like your priorities...


    I'd say I'm worried now about an influx of mead drinkers, but unemployment is lonely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akueck View Post


    I'd say I'm worried now about an influx of mead drinkers, but unemployment is lonely.
    Think how much you get paid for this gig!

    /okay, maybe not

    Still, to a lot of you guys who have only been brewing for a few years and know SO MUCH about the art and craft of it, well...I must doff my chapeau to you. I only hope to learn half so much in that time. And an even bigger nod to everyone who shares so all CAN learn. I guess you could just hole up and hoard what you know, but to my way of thinking ideas flower when you share. I wouldn't want to have to learn it all by myself from scratch, so thanks.
    Last edited by wildoates; 05-05-2009 at 04:42 PM. Reason: Idiot spelling mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBakulic View Post
    It is with great pleasure and much ado that I am happy to announce Akueck (Aaron) as our newest Mead Mentor. Aaron is a long time member of Got Mead and is a great resource for mead, beer and wine fermentation and a wealth of knowledge that will be an excellent addition to the Mentors here on Got Mead.

    Welcome aboard Aaron!

    Cheers, Pete
    CONGRATULATIONS Aaron!

    Thanks for helping lead us on into meadful bliss!

    Eric
    Magnificent, Enchanting, Alcohol Delight - MEAD!

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    Congrats Aaron!
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